AIDS Medication, Skyrocketing EpiPen Prices and Stockpiling Insulin – What Are Your Thoughts on U.S. Drug Prices?

Basic rights

Are life-saving drugs a basic human right?

52% Said
I think so
48% Said
Not at all
50% of Men Said
I think so
50% of Men Said
Not at all
80% of Women Said
I think so
20% of Women Said
Not at all

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Is regulation needed?

Do you think the U.S. government should regulate the prices of prescription drugs?

51% Said
Yes, must be affordable
49% Said
No, don’t regulate
45% of Men Said
Yes, must be affordable
55% of Men Said
No, don’t regulate
69% of Women Said
Yes, must be affordable
31% of Women Said
No, don’t regulate

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Reasonable prices?

Do you think the prices of prescription drugs are reasonable?

51% Said
They’re affordable
49% Said
They’re unreasonable
45% of Men Said
They’re affordable
55% of Men Said
They’re unreasonable
69% of Women Said
They’re affordable
31% of Women Said
They’re unreasonable

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Cheaper in Canada

Should states import their prescription drugs from countries with cheaper prices, such as Canada?

76% Said
Yes, that’s smart
24% Said
No, keep it American
81% of Men Said
Yes, that’s smart
19% of Men Said
No, keep it American
55% of Women Said
Yes, that’s smart
45% of Women Said
No, keep it American

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Repricing drugs

The U.S. has some of the highest prescription drug prices in the world. Lawmakers are looking to peg American prices to those in Japan and Europe. Would you support this?

79% Said
Yes, the cheaper the better
21% Said
Leave prices be
78% of Men Said
Yes, the cheaper the better
22% of Men Said
Leave prices be
91% of Women Said
Yes, the cheaper the better
9% of Women Said
Leave prices be

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Big Pharma’s lobbying

Prescription drug companies spend more money on lobbying than any other industry in the United States. Should the U.S. regulate lobbying efforts made by industries?

86% Said
They should
14% Said
They shouldn't
81% of Men Said
They should
19% of Men Said
They shouldn't
100% of Women Said
They should
0% of Women Said
They shouldn't

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Price manipulation

Since 2019 more than 3,400 drugs have increased at price, seemingly at the will of big pharmaceutical companies. Does Congress need to put a stop to drug price manipulation?

69% Said
Yes, there’s no question
31% Said
No, not their place
59% of Men Said
Yes, there’s no question
41% of Men Said
No, not their place
100% of Women Said
Yes, there’s no question
0% of Women Said
No, not their place

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Hiking AIDS med prices

In 2015 a life-saving AIDS drug increased in price by 5,000 percent. Today it is still 2,500 times more expensive than it was before the price hike. Should the government intervene?

68% Said
Yes, that’s absurd
32% Said
No, not their role
64% of Men Said
Yes, that’s absurd
36% of Men Said
No, not their role
85% of Women Said
Yes, that’s absurd
15% of Women Said
No, not their role

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EpiPen prices skyrocket

The price of a standard pack of EpiPens – a common treatment for life-endangering allergic reactions – is now $600. In 2009, it cost $100. Is intervention needed?

80% Said
Yes, that should be illegal
20% Said
No, that’s how the world works
78% of Men Said
Yes, that should be illegal
22% of Men Said
No, that’s how the world works
86% of Women Said
Yes, that should be illegal
14% of Women Said
No, that’s how the world works

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Is Big Pharma responsible?

Do you think large pharmaceutical companies have contributed to the opioid crisis occurring in the U.S.?

80% Said
Yes, they’re partly to blame
20% Said
No, it’s the user’s fault
79% of Men Said
Yes, they’re partly to blame
21% of Men Said
No, it’s the user’s fault
80% of Women Said
Yes, they’re partly to blame
20% of Women Said
No, it’s the user’s fault

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Rethinking opioid prescriptions

More than 130 people die from opioid overdoses in the U.S. every day. Do we need to rethink how patients are administered opioid drugs in an attempt to curb abuse?

78% Said
Yes, this needs to change
22% Said
No, not necessary
78% of Men Said
Yes, this needs to change
22% of Men Said
No, not necessary
82% of Women Said
Yes, this needs to change
18% of Women Said
No, not necessary

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Pelosi’s new plan

Speaker Nancy Pelosi has put forward a plan requiring the most expensive drugs on the market (with two or less competitors) to have their prices negotiated annually. Do you support this plan?

71% Said
Yes, lower those prices!
29% Said
No, not needed
62% of Men Said
Yes, lower those prices!
38% of Men Said
No, not needed
94% of Women Said
Yes, lower those prices!
6% of Women Said
No, not needed

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Will both parties work together?

Lowering prescription drug prices seems to have bipartisan support on Capitol Hill. Will Republicans and Democrats be able to work together successfully regulate drug prices in the U.S.?

41% Said
They can do it
59% Said
It’s not going to happen
39% of Men Said
They can do it
61% of Men Said
It’s not going to happen
50% of Women Said
They can do it
50% of Women Said
It’s not going to happen

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More transparency?

Should legislation be enacted to force transparency from drug companies regarding pricing of prescription drugs and profits made?

84% Said
Yes, the public should know
16% Said
I don’t think so
84% of Men Said
Yes, the public should know
16% of Men Said
I don’t think so
91% of Women Said
Yes, the public should know
9% of Women Said
I don’t think so

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Purdue Pharma in hot water

Purdue Pharma is filing for bankruptcy as they face over 2,000 lawsuits for their contribution to the opioid epidemic. Do you think this is the end for Purdue Pharma?

67% Said
Probably
33% Said
Not by a long shot
65% of Men Said
Probably
35% of Men Said
Not by a long shot
73% of Women Said
Probably
27% of Women Said
Not by a long shot

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Should they settle?

Purdue Pharma has agreed to pay $10 billion in damages for their role in the opioid crisis, though some plaintiffs want more. Should the plaintiffs settle or push for more money?

81% Said
Settle
19% Said
Push for more
84% of Men Said
Settle
16% of Men Said
Push for more
71% of Women Said
Settle
29% of Women Said
Push for more

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Canadian insulin

Some U.S. diabetics are rationing their use of insulin because the price is so high. Others venture to Canada to stock-up on the drug. Does this bother you?

76% Said
Absolutely
24% Said
No, that’s life
70% of Men Said
Absolutely
30% of Men Said
No, that’s life
100% of Women Said
Absolutely
0% of Women Said
No, that’s life

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Profit over life?

Do you think pharmaceutical companies value profit over human life?

24% Said
That’s being too harsh
76% Said
They put money first
28% of Men Said
That’s being too harsh
72% of Men Said
They put money first
14% of Women Said
That’s being too harsh
86% of Women Said
They put money first

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How soon will we see change?

Do you think Congress will be able to pass legislation regulating prescription drug prices before the 2020 election?

82% Said
I doubt it
18% Said
They will
85% of Men Said
I doubt it
15% of Men Said
They will
70% of Women Said
I doubt it
30% of Women Said
They will

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Taking advantage of us

Do you think large pharmaceutical companies are taking advantage of the U.S. healthcare system?

89% Said
Yes & making billions doing so
11% Said
No, just playing by the rules
89% of Men Said
Yes & making billions doing so
11% of Men Said
No, just playing by the rules
91% of Women Said
Yes & making billions doing so
9% of Women Said
No, just playing by the rules

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